Coast Mountain Bus Company route 401 'One Road / Brighouse Stn'
|Termini||Chatham Street at 3rd Avenue*|
|Operations||Richmond Transit Centre|
|Vehicles||NFI XD40 |
Nova Bus LFS
|Branches||401 One Road|
401 Brighouse Station
* some trips terminate at Chatham Street & 2nd Avenue.
401 One Road/Brighouse Station is a bus route operated by Coast Mountain Bus Company in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
This is an east-west route running exclusively in the City of Richmond. It connects Steveston with Richmond City Centre.
The route departs Steveston from Chatham Street at 2nd Avenue eastbound to take No. 1 Road heading north. It continues along No, 1 Road turning east onto Westminster Highway and then No. 3 Road south to Richmond–Brighouse Station.
Westbound trips depart Richmond–Brighouse Station heading north on No. 3 Road before continuing along to Westminster Highway, south on No. 1 Road, west on Steveston Highway, south on 4th Avenue, east on Chatham Street to 3rd Avenue. Some trips bypass Steveston Highway and continues south on No. 1 Road, west on Chatham Street to 2nd Avenue.
Select trips continue southbound from No.1 Road at Steveston Highway to Chatham Street to its terminus at EB Chatham Street at 2nd Avenue.
Points of Interest
- Gulf of Georgia Cannery
- Steveston Park
- Hugh Boyd Secondary School
- Hugh Boyd Park
- WorkSafeBC Head Office
- Minoru Park
- Richmond General Hospital
- Richmond Centre
- Richmond–Brighouse Station (Bay 3)
- 1958 - Service introduced, connecting Sexsmith Loop with Steveston via No. 1 Road
- August 1977 - Route renumbered from 61 to 401 and routing revised to serve Richmond Centre and Sexsmith Loop only during AM peak hours; peak hour service extends to Vancouver
- May 1984 - Destination sign simplification: service renamed from 401 No. One Road to 401 One Road/Vancouver
- December 1991 - Accessible service introduced on select trips
- April 1997 - Morning peak service revised to operate by Garden City Road and Capstan Way, serving the Sexsmith Park & Ride
- April 1998 - Service increased to replace daytime service to Riverport Entertainment Complex by route 405 Cambie/Five Road; portion of route travelling along Five Road and Horseshoe Way discontinued
- September 2000 - Operations transferred from Oakridge Transit Centre to Richmond Transit Centre
- August 2001 - Service renamed from 401 One Road/Vancouver and combined with route 408 Garden City/Richmond Exchange providing crosstown service between Steveston Village and Ironwood with extended evening only service to Riverport; service change deferred from April due to transit strike
- October 2001 - Late-night Owl service cancelled due to funding shortfall
- April 2002 - Service reduced with introduction of route 488 Garden City/Burrard Station
- August 2007 - Service rerouted to turn southbound from Cook Road onto Three Road, Granville Avenue and then northbound along Minoru Boulevard before returning to its regular route on Westminster Highway during construction of the Canada Line
- September 2009 - Service during peak periods improved to under ten minutes with introduction of the Canada Line
- September 2018 - Service between Richmond–Brighouse Station and Ironwood and Riverport Entertainment Complex discontinued and replaced by the 408 Brighouse Station/Ironwood/Riverport to improve speed and reliability
|Service Period||First Trip to Last Trip||Frequency|
|Weekday Eastbound||4:41 AM - 1:26 AM||6-9 AM Peak, 10 PM Peak, 15 Midday and Evening, 30-60 Late evening|
|Weekday Westbound||4:40 AM - 2:30 AM||7-10 AM Peak, 8-9 PM Peak, 15 Midday and Evening, 30-60 Late evening|
|Saturday Eastbound||4:41 AM - 1:26 AM||20 Midday, 30 Off-peak, 60 Late evening|
|Saturday Westbound||4:39 AM - 2:30 AM||20 Midday, 30 Off-peak, 60 Late evening|
|Sunday Eastbound||4:41 AM - 1:26 AM||30 Midday, 60 Late evening|
|Sunday Westbound||4:39 AM - 2:30 AM||30 Midday, 60 Late evening|
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